Adventure Racing

Adventure Racing is made for those that love the outdoors. Races include navigation (Orientation – map and compass only), kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking and trail running as the norm. Competitions last from hours to days. These are the most difficult of races because they require participants being talented in multiple sports and skills. The event may be set up for individuals or teams. Expect to being given a map at start time. Then shoot your coordinates (via compass) to find your way through wooded terrain onto predetermined checkpoints. Expect to navigate, hike, kayak, mountain bike and even traverse military type obstacles ALL IN ONE EVENT !!
Adventure Racing Guide – United States Adventure Racing Association – “New To AR? How To Get Started In Adventure Racing”- Read More
List of Races – Up-to-date list of all races that are included in the USARA National Points Series – Read More
Genesis Adventures – Genesis means “new beginning”. Today, the spirit and purpose of Genesis Adventures is to give people new experiences and to challenge themselves. Every event is a new start and the beginning of a great adventure for every participant. Read More
IditaSport – Human Powered Ultramarathon – Welcome to Alaska’s historic human-powered adventure ultra! Our ski, bike & run event Is the original winter adventure race. Read More
Odyssey Adventure Race – Escape from the ordinary and experience Odyssey Adventure Racing’s bold and daring endurance competitions. Read More
Primal Quest Expedition – Primal Quest continues to produce the most prestigious and arduous team challenge. It’s a brutal combination of ultra endurance sports combined with mental and emotional fatigue, in a trial of human powered adventure. Read More
SleepMonsters Ltd. (UK) – is managed and operated by Richard Brown and Rob Howard with bases in London and Leicester – Read More
US Adventure Racing Association – The United States Adventure Racing Association has been the primary national organizing body of adventure racing for over twenty years – Read More